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Does anyone know of any decent public land in 7j?  I got a permit for there and am contemplating a trip there for a weekend.  if not, I will put it up for a give away.  I have been looking on thecmap and it does not look like a lot of public land


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Bear Swamp tons of puplic land near the town of sempronius on nys rte. 41a. I believe one of the road is call hartnett also get to it by iowa rd. and also another side curtin rd. almost runs into the south end of skaneatelas lake.  Also there is land near owasco the state game lands is call Frozen Ocean. Look for quarry rd. it will bring you on the main side of the state game lands.

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bear swamp and summer hill state land are your best option

 

about 10 years ago, the amish moved in and the deer numbers went down, we hunt a 300 acre farm in 7j and I haven't bother to get a tag for that area due to the low numbers of deer,

 

summer hill state land is beautiful, it's also a rifle area, you won't see herds of deer, but there's a few around, and most of the hunters clear out after thanksgiving

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thanks guys


Hunt from your heart and enjoy the outdoors for what it means to you. Don't let other dictate how you should do it and what you should shoot.

But if you ask on here, everyone will tell you how to hunt, including me. So take your chances

 

 

 

In the end we will not remember the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends will be very loud.

 

 

 

Molon Labe

 

 

 

 

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Frozen Ocean is another good one. Couple huge clear cuts there a few years ago make for great bedding.

Google sat zooms close. Also a couple lines where hardwood, pines and ponds meet. Good luck - great to see you back!


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so i need some help. ive been hunting for a while now but every time i get out of the woods i smell of an odd fecal odor. any ides what this could be? i

ts really bothering me and my wife is threatening to leave me

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Public land around this 7j, 7f area is hit hard by hunters as the ratio of public land to hunters isn't as good as it is in many other areas of the state. So bow season would be your best bet. I haven't given bear swamp or Cicero swamp or even 3 rivers a try before just because of the stories I hear of too many hunters there. Next year though I have some scouting to do there.

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Hewitt state forest off of cold brook rd or 41...seen some of the biggest bucks of my life on the ridge facing cold brook....and it's bordered on all sides with corn and has healthy stands of pines and oak dominated hardwood.

The glut of hunters usually only last the first weekend and thanksgiving, then it usually slows back down, especially when you know of public land that doesn't appear on the dec map.

That said I got my lease in 7f so I wouldn't have to deal with the orange army at all...not worth my safety.

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Adams eden Camp in Lafayette has great Hunting. Lodts of deer. Big bucks. Lodging.

e-mail them at info@adamsedencamp.com for more info.

Is that some kind of religious thing?


"Ethical behavior is doing the right thing when no one else is watching, even when the wrong thing is legal"

-Aldo Leopold 

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Is that some kind of religious thing?

their website makes it look like a day camp and camo for team building exercises. Either way, I emailed them twice and also PM'd him and no response :/

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Is that some kind of religious thing?

 

I'm Paul Adams, the owner of Adams Eden Camp.  Our camp is a recreational retreat center open to the public.  We have 328 acres surounded by undeveloped land on top of Bare Mountain on the line splitting Otisco and Lafayette.  We are open year round for hiking, fishing, a huge ropes course, Team Building, reunions, weddings, parties, hayrides and more.  Our facilities includes a lodge, cabin, platform tent, 1 1/2 miles on Falls creek (a load of waterfalls), gameroom, ponds, 95% forested property and a 10 acre shrub maze.  We are open year around. 

 

Our plus for hunters is that the deer here are acclimated to people moving around and our mountain is covered with apple orchards, farm fields, private forestland, and our forest is filled with marked trails that mainly follow deer paths.  We close the camp to evryone but registered hunters during multiple 3-day hunting sessions in the regular deer season.  Each year we layout 40 different waypoints on GPS and set up stands and/or tree base seats at the 40 sites.  All sites are located on our detailed custom topo may for our property.  While hunters are here, they can stay in the main lodge (holds 24), or the Shaded nook Cabin (holds 10). Pricing is real afordable.  We have dicounted rates for vets , youth, and groups.  You can even bring along some non-hunting family or frieds if you want to hang in the evenings or have a few extra hands to dress a deer or cook meals.  (we have a big self-serve kitchen in the lodge with multiple stoves and fridges).

 

Have any more questions?  goto http://adamsedencamp.com/hunting/ , email me at info@adamsedencamp.com , or call me at (315) 677-5121

-Paul Adams

And to answer the other question, (Is that some kind of religious thing?), well, I believe God created the deer and everything else too, but I don't force truth on anyone. The truth speeks quite well to those who want to hear it.

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Thanks Paul. I was just curious given the biblical names. I meant nothing bad by the question. Sounds like a great place.


"Ethical behavior is doing the right thing when no one else is watching, even when the wrong thing is legal"

-Aldo Leopold 

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